PART Ⅱ DICTATION?
Every year, millions of salmon swim from the ocean into the mouths of rivers and then steadily up the rivers. Passing through waters, around rocks and waterfalls, the fish finally reach their original streams or lakes. They dig out nests in the riverbed and lay their eggs. Then, exhausted by their journey, the parent salmon die. They have finished the task that nature has given them. Months, or years later, the young fish start their trip to the ocean. They live in the salt water from 2-7 years, until they, too are ready to swim back to reproduce. Their life cycle helps man provide himself with a basic food-fish. When the adult salmon gather at the river mouths for the annual trip up the rivers, they are in the best possible condition, and nearly every harbor has its salmon fishing fleet ready to catch thousands for markets.?
Now, you have two minutes to check through your work.?
PART Ⅲ LISTENING COMPREHENSION?
In sections A, B and C, you will hear everything once only. Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Mark the correct answer to each question on your answer sheet.
SECTION A STATEMENT?
In this section, you will hear seven statements. At the end of each statement you will be given 10 seconds to answer the question.?
1. You must relax. Don’t work too hard. And do watch your drinking and smoking.?
2.We hadn’t quite expected the committee to agree to rebuild the hospital, so we were taken aback when we got to know that it had finally agreed.?
3.The coach leaves the station every 20 minutes. It’s ?9:15? now, and you have to wait for five minutes for the next one.?
4.Perhaps Jane shouldn’t have got married in the first place. No one knows what she might have been doing now, but not washing up. That’s for sure!?
5.I happen to be working on a similar project at the moment. I am only too>>